Thank you for all that credit .. I disagree I DID NOT INVENT nor
did I REINVENT the WHATCHAMACALLIT .. I ASKED A QUESTION ..
It was as straightforward as I could ask that question ? If some
one did it and sold some, I might buy one.
Did you invent, sell or buy one ? Did / does it work ?
Who would I want to contact, email, telephone, cell block, etc ?
if one exists ?
OTHERWISE, Still standing is the question what do those of you
who are around here a long time view of the feasibility and cost
to bring that Whatchamacallit to market today ???
Oh, InterJet, hell I cant even fly (-: :-)
On Thu, Apr 19, 2001 at 07:01:44PM +0200, Andrzej Bialecki wrote:
> > For me, better question yet: What would it cost to combine enough
> > disk, user account builder, webserver, DNS, proxyserver, add FreeBSD,
> > OpenBSD or Linux to a footprint like a small Cisco 1600 or slightly
> > racksize larger Cisco 2500/2600 with ipfilter, ipNAT, VPN and bring
> > it to market for ALL the DSL and CABLE and Wireless users. Bet it
> > could be effectively marketed for less than half the cost of a
> > Cisco 1600 stripped and little more than the Cadillac of the computer
> > store DSL/Cable hub-routers.
> > Thoughts ?
> Congratulations! You just reinvented the InterJet.
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